TechPlus 2017 is a platform for knowledge sharing, networking and a market place for the African target market.
This year’s Conference & Expo, holding from 4th to 8th July, will bring companies from around the world to showcase and learn how technology is evolving to meet the needs of a digital generation and modern business. We are introducing a new conference format to include more sessions and enable an increased, in-depth analysis of the topics and trends that are shaping the mobile industry in 2017 and beyond. It is a platform for knowledge sharing, networking and a market place for the African target market.
Make sure you come and learn just how technologically sophisticated payment systems will become in the next few years.
The Swamp Dwellers pokes our ribs and hearts. It lays bare before us, our frailties, hypocrisy, complacency and at best futile attempt to crawl out of those self dug dignity holes.
The one who dares to think differently is a homeless blind beggar who is willing to reclaim the soil from the flood but warned not to claim the food of the gods by his host Makuri.
When a society is pervaded by the corrupt political and spiritual leaders and shepherds, where the throng of masses are too docile or consider it blasphemous to seek solutions though rigorous interrogations plays with themes such as this become veritable tools of intervention.
The Swamp Dwellers uproots our very being and shakes it to its placid core. It confirms the fact that the theatre is a social laboratory. It confronts us with a reality we are either too proud or timid to confront. it urges us like Igweizu and the Beggar to QUESTION THE ANSWER!
Date: 4 Weekends in July [1st & 2nd, 8th & 9th, 15th & 16th, 23rd & 24th]
The 6th edition of Literary Crossroads, Nigeria, presents Okey Ndibe and JJ Bola; crossing literary borders of Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Described as an astute and gripping novelist by The New Yorker Times, the U.S based Nigerian writer, Okey Ndibe will be on a moderated panel discussing and reading from his critically acclaimed oeuvre of two novels and a memoir: [Arrows of Rain, Foreign Gods, Inc. and Never Look an American in the Eye] alongside JJ Bola, a poet based in the United Kingdom and whose debut novel No Place Call Home published by Own It is still hot off the press.
This session will be moderated by Molara Wood.
The Literary Crossroads series brings together African writers on the continent and from the Diaspora to discuss contemporary trends and themes in Literature.
Date: 15th July, 2017
Venue: Goethe-Institut Lagos, City Hall, 30 Catholic Mission Street, Lagos Island, Lagos, Nigeria
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